The Business Operations, Supply Chain, & Entrepreneurship offers certifications in a wide variety of topics. If you are seeking to enhance your skills for a promotion or are ready to explore a new career path, our suite of classes offers endless opportunities.
We also offer specialized training for Corporations pursuing further development of their current employees. If your company has a need for training, please contact us to discuss the possibility of customized courses specific to your company.
If you are an experienced, degreed professional in search of an opportunity to aid adult students in their learning and development, please contact the BOSE director for information on joining our Adjunct Faculty Team.
For inquiries or additional information on our programs, or on how to join our faculty team, please contact Sheila R. Wall, Director of Business Operations, Supply Chain, & Entrepreneurship via email at:
Explore our TWC Business Funding Opportunities
Through the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) Skills for Small Business program, up to $2 million from the Skills Development Fund is dedicated to the backbone of Texas' business community—our small employers. Small businesses can apply to TWC for training offered by their local community or technical college, or the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX). TWC processes the applications and works with the college to fund the specific courses selected by businesses for their employees.
This exceptional opportunity supports businesses with fewer than 100 employees and emphasizes training for new workers though it also may help upgrade the skills of incumbent workers.
- Skills for Small Business emphasizes training newly hired employees, those who have been hired by the business up to twelve months prior to the date that TWC receives an application.
- The program pays up to $1,800 for each new employee being trained and $900 for existing employees per 12-month period.
- Funding for training is for full-time employees.
- All training must be provided by a public community or technical college, or the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX). No third-party vendor training is allowed.
- Training must be selected from active course catalogs/schedules— credit, continuing education, online or other available unpublished courses.
- Employers must pay the prevailing wages in the local labor market for the trainees funded under the grant.
The Skills Development Fund is Texas' premier job-training program providing local customized training opportunities for Texas businesses and workers to increase skill levels and wages of the Texas workforce. The Texas Workforce Commission administers funding for the program. Success is achieved through collaboration among businesses, public community and technical colleges, Workforce Development Boards and economic development
Leadership & Performance
Collaborative Leadership Skills for Managers
Language & Cultural Training
Leadership Skills for Managers
Managing Productive Meetings
Managing Workplace Anxiety
Safety in the Workplace for Non-Safety Supervisors & Managers
Project Management Toolkit for Non-Project Managers
Developing & Managing Budgets
Developing & Managing Scope
Developing & Managing Schedules & Time
Knowing & Managing Stakeholders
Managing Group Communications
Managing & Responding to Risk
Planning Tool Box
Critical Thinking & Problem Solving
Language & Cultural Training for ExPats
Workplace Law - Contracts
Workplace Law - HR
Clifton Strengths Finder